• William Marder

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

    Bill Marder has had a photographic career spanning more than fifty years. He has specialized in all phases of photography including photographic processes, techniques, and the history of photography. He has traveled throughout the United States and Canada, lecturing on the history of photography. During his travels he has had the ability to pursue his […]

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  • Jordan Maxwell

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

    Jordan Maxwell is considered to be the world’s foremost authority on ancient religions and modern conspiracies. His work on the true meaning of symbols, logos and insignias for governments, corporations and secret societies has fascinated audiences around the world for years. He grew up in a family that had high-ranking insiders in international politics and […]

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  • Hugh Montgomery

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    Professor Hugh Montgomery is the retired president of the Megatrend University of Applied Sciences in Belgrade, where he lectured on History, Politics and Economics. He led a successful international business career before becoming a full time academic. He holds a Ph.D. in Audiology, a diploma in Contract Law and the qualification of Inginierio Comercial (Chile). […]

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  • Excerpt from the Cosmic Pulse of Life

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

    DIMENSIONS UNMEASURABLE, by Trevor James Constable A man who has bought a theory will fight a vigorous rearguard action against the facts. —JOSEPH ALSOP Mechanistically-minded humans have accepted uncritically the theory of interplanetary spaceships as the fundamental explanation of UFOs. This theory has dominated the subject from the modern advent of the phenomena down to […]

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  • Excerpt from Freedom From Religion

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

      What Is the Slave Chip? The slave chip is not anything new. It has been with us for thousands of years. It is a programming deep within all of us that moves us in directions that are not in our best interests. The slave chip is the result of ancient conditioning. Thousands of years […]

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  • Lessons From The Overseer

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

    This book is meant to be a course in awakening. It can be done alone, with a friend or with a group in a class setting. It will be powerful for individuals on a personal level when done alone. Or it can impact things on a social scale in direct proportion to the size of the […]

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  • Shadow of Darkness, Dawning of Light

    August 1, 2014 No Comment

    Excerpt from Shadow of Darkness, Dawning of Light: The Awakening of Human Consciousness in the 21st Century and Beyond, by Paul Tice. Chapter Ten ASTROLOGICAL AGES Spiritual struggle seems likely to be the most crucial episode in the next chapter of the history of mankind.  —Arnold Toynbee. The time for an unavoidable change may, in fact, […]

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  • Legacy of Zecharia Sitchin

    July 29, 2014 No Comment

    The provocative nature of Zecharia Sitchin’swork enlarges the scope of our understandings of ancient civilization by addressing the when, how, why and from where it originated.  Once exposed to Sitchin’s explanations, our way of understanding ancient history changes significantly.   Most importantly, the Sitchin material leaves us with a wide array of implications for the […]

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  • Freedom Dreams: An Invitation to Awakening, by Dasarath

    August 1, 2013 No Comment

    In Part One of this book Dasarath describes how his spiritual awakening took place in the presence of his teacher, H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji). Dasarath makes clear that the outer teacher is really a reflection of one’s own true Self. The lucid teachings in Part Two are a gold mine for those seeking enlightenment and a […]

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  • Zen and the Lady, by Claire Myers Owens

    August 1, 2013 No Comment

    This is the personal story of a woman’s journey into Zen, beginning in her 70th year and continuing into her eighties. When first published in 1979 it was praised by the most respected spiritual researchers and psychologists of the time including Kenneth Ring, Jean Houston, Ken Wilbur, Charles Tart, Jack Kornfield and Willis Harmon. In […]

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